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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Yet, you still spelled "you" incorrectly. You also spelled no "not." Also, ou are still crying, have an extra account, and have not proven the theft. Get on that.

    "ou" what is that? I'm curious, is that another language? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Yet, you still spelled "you" incorrectly. You also spelled no "not." Also, ou are still crying, have an extra account, and have not proven the theft. Get on that.
    Keep doing your research, I have many accounts :)

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    Tres Espadas

    Credentials
    Tres Espadas was founded on the theory that it is a learning community of fighters (who spar together often) that makes a martial art great, not any one given master. We are not big on credentials, and have trounced so-called "Gurus" in sparring before. We constantly spar, reflect, and research, and that is how we get better, not from bowing to some ancient master who died long ago. Our Masters are Full Contact physical-feedback, Video Footage tale-of-the-tape, and frank conversation with each other about what we are learning.

    The founding members of Tres Espadas had been practicing full contact Chinese, Japanese or Filipino martial arts off and on for nearly two decades before we decided to seriously pursue this club. Still the question remains, so here are the exact credentials of some of the founding members:

    Most of Phil Gribbin's formal martial arts training has been under Vern Miller, primarily in Choy Lay Fut and Kickboxing, specializing in the single-ended staff and cane. He has studied Chi-Na directly under Doc Fai Wong. He has been mentioned on ESPN's website as a known sparring partner for Margaret McGreggor (a woman who beat a man in a sanctioned boxing match.) Though his credentials do not reflect this, much of his fighting skill has come through studying Tai Chi, Filipino and Western martial arts under local masters who do not hold formal classes. He also studies any material he can get his hands on from Cold Steel or The Dog Brothers.

    BFGalbraith earned a yellow belt in Tae Sho (Arnis) in Dave Bird's system some time around 1989. In that same time period he got a 2nd place trophy at the Lakeside Invitational Karate tournament, for point-sparring. At the 2001 Tiger Balm Invitationals, he got at 3rd place metal in Tai Chi push-hands, and a 2nd place metal in Tai Chi forms. He learned Tai Chi, and Choy Lay Fut double-daggers and double-ended staff under Vern Miller as a member of his "Black Sash Club," and has studied Chi-Na directly under Doc Fai Wong. He has held a Judo membership card in two non-consecutive years in the between 2001 and 2010, and has never ranked in Judo. Though his credentials do not reflect this, he learned to fight mostly through a friend's dad who gave free Aikido and Bokenjitsu instruction, and through a failed attempt at becoming a pro kickboxer under Vern Miller.

    Some of our best fighters have almost no martial arts credentials or other martial arts experience outside of Tres Espadas.

    These credentials do not account for the level of skill you see on these videos for two reasons:
    1) our formal credentials do not reflect the amount of full contact sparring we have done over the years in other systems.
    2) the level of skill we seek isn't normally available to most martial arts students, because most instructors shy away from our level of full contact weapons sparring. We are providing the level of instruction that we want, which basically is not available elsewhere in our area.


    THE DEFINITION OF GARBAGE!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean michael View Post
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    I know it'll be okay child. Kids always make excuses and blame others "lack of understanding" for their failures.


    Where are your Credentials, videos and proof of theft?

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    This is LARPING:

    http://youtu.be/KZNWfWBWiEg

    This is Tres Espadas:

    http://youtu.be/jemesbQkIBQ


    Now, take away the costumes in the larping video, notice any similarities? Tres Espadas "claims" to teach "self defense."

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    Where are your Credentials, videos and proof of theft?
    Last edited by It is Fake; 4/05/2012 7:38pm at .

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    Now, here is the sole idea from where Tres Espadas originated from:

    http://youtu.be/c9p6K6UG_7Y

    Notice that they use sticks that inflicts pain once hit, that's why they wear protective gear for the face and hands. Tres Espadas wears protective gear for the face and groin while using "padded" training weapons......... sissies

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    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Where are your Credentials, videos and proof of theft?
    Proof of theft? ****, watch any Tres Espadas video, theft is all over it in there. LOL

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    Where are your Credentials, videos and proof of theft?

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